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January 21, 2020

The first annual meeting for the Kirkland Trails Group was Jan. 13 and started off with a warm welcome from Trails Group President Sharon Williams. 

Her excitement was shared around the room...

January 21, 2020

Seventeen members of the Waterville High School Student Council plus advisors attended the state’s Student Council Leadership Conference in Lake Placid recently. Waterville joined 700 studen...

January 21, 2020

Residents in the Waterville Central School District will vote on two important decisions regarding the future of the district.

In March residents will decide on a $12.8 million capital improv...

January 21, 2020

The Town of Brookfield has opted to take part in the state’s Ticket Diversion Program.

At last week’s Town Board meeting, Town Supervisor Loren Corbin said the program benefits both drivers a...

January 21, 2020

The first Women in Business Expo takes place next week.

The Expo is Wednesday, Jan. 29 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Delta Hotel by Marriott on Genesee Street in Utica. It’s hosted by the Mohawk Valley...

January 21, 2020

The stars, or maybe the schedulers, lined up just  right.

Each week at the Waterville Times we look at the high school sports schedule for      our three schools. We try  to get to one g...

January 14, 2020



After listening to numerous comments during a public hearing, the Marshall Town Board voted to halt all mining activities, aside from commercial excavations in use, for a month.

At the re...

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Inside This Week's Times

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​EDITORIAL
  • It's Our Birthday
     

COMMUNITY NEWS
  • Oriskany Falls Notes

  • Brookfield Notes

  • Madison Notes

  • Waterville Hub

  • Marshall Moments

THROUGHOUT THE INSIDE
  • In Times Past

  • Faces and Places

  • USS Slater

  • Library Lines

  • Madison Superintendent Asks Residents
    To Meeting

  • WCS Student Council

  • New York State News
     

SPORTS
  • Waterville Beats Sauquoit 58-51

  • A Dozen Wins For No. 4 BCS

  • Warriors On A 6-0 Roll

  • Torch Coming To Clinton Skate Club

  • Clinton Wins League Title

  • WCS Indians Win 57-53

  • Indoor Success

  • Sherburne Downs Clinton Warriors

  • New Hartford Beats CCS

In Focus

Photo By Zach Lewis

This faded sign on the way to Waterville caught my attention. I always like looking for older street signs. I found this sign on NY-315. Signs like the one on NY-315 are all over our area. And depending on age, the material that is used for the lettering tends to crack and fade. The signs might not be that effective at telling a direction depending on how weathered they are, but they do make for a great photo. 

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